Inglewood taxpayers are on the hook for another $240 million in school bonds to fix schools the district has slated for closure. And according to County Administrator Erika Torres more school closures will follow.
“Warren Lane Elementary and Inglewood Continuation High School are just two of the many consolidations and closures that Inglewood Unified will face,” wrote Torres in her weekly newsletter.
Thursday, Mar. 17, Torres is expected to enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with Harridge Development to develop land at the Woodworth/Morningside High parcel.
The community not having input on these decisions are an unintended consequence of losing local control of the district.
Is it time for taxpayers to defund IUSD of their property taxes?